Recipe: Perfect Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce

Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce. Add water and jam to a pot and heat. Tangy raspberries and spicy jalapeño peppers pair nicely in this versatile sweet-hot sauce. It was originally created to complement baked ham, but is delicious served with roast pork tenderloin, pan-seared duck breast or grilled chicken.

Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce The thought had never crossed my mind. I'd never tried jalapeño poppers with raspberry sauce before, although I vaguely think I'd at least heard of the combination. Jalapeño poppers get a barbecue-style update with bacon, pulled pork, and tangy raspberry sauce. You can have Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce using 6 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce

  1. It’s of raspberry jam.
  2. Prepare of honey.
  3. It’s of water.
  4. It’s of butter.
  5. You need of apple juice.
  6. Prepare of cornstarch.

No frying necessary: just cut the jalapeños in half, stuff them, roast them, and serve them with sauce for a sweet, spicy, smoky, and downright delicious appetizer. Sure, the sauce is bright red and sugary, but you won't find a speck of fruit on the ingredients list. Nevertheless, the sweet and spicy flavors in this Arby's Bronco Berry sauce recipe make this a great jelly sauce that has many uses beyond dipping quick-service finger foods such as jalapeno poppers , chicken fingers , and eggrolls. I cheated when I made my sandwich.

Raspberry Jalapeño Popper Sauce instructions

  1. Add water and jam to a pot and heat. When bubbling add the butter..
  2. When the butter melts add the honey and simmer 15-20 minutes.
  3. Mix the apple juice and cornstarch and add to the bubbling sauce. Stir till thickened. If too thick add a bit of water..
  4. Serve I hope you enjoy!.

Instead of roasting j alapeños, I opted to use canned in my pantry. If you would like to roast your own, it's so simple to do, head to ClosetCooking for the easy directions. I use a little of the sauce from a can of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Stir until the sugar as completely dissolved. Pour the raspberry sauce into a strainer over a mixing bowl and press the juice through with a spatula.